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GFAL_REMOVEDIR

Section: Library Functions (3)
Updated: $Date: 2008/06/06 10:57:49 $
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NAME

gfal_removedir - delete a directory SURL from a SE  

SYNOPSIS

#include "gfal_api.h"

int gfal_removedir (gfal_internal gfal, char *errbuf, int errbufsz);  

DESCRIPTION

gfal_removedir delete a directory SURL from a SE (only a single directory can be deleted at a time).

See gfal_get_results(3) to be able to access results.

gfal
gfal_internal object generated from user parameters.
errbuf
allocated char * pointer in which a detailed error message may be stored.
errbufsz
size allocated ofr the pointer errbuf

 

RETURN VALUE

This routine returns 0 on a success, or -1 in case of error. In the latter case, errno is set appropriately. Moreover, you can get an error message from errbuf , if specified.  

ERRORS

errno indicates the type of error, but for detailled error message, you have to look into errbuf.
EINVAL
The gfal_internal object is incorrect. It may be caused by freeing a user parameter which was in use in it, or by modifying this object by hand.
EPROTONOSUPPORT
You try to make an action with a protocol which is not supported by the system.
ENOMEM
Not enough free memory.

 

SEE ALSO

gfal(3), gfal_request_new(3), gfal_internal_free(3), gfal_init(3), gfal_deletesurls(3), gfal_removedir(3), gfal_turlsfromsurls(3), gfal_ls(3), gfal_get(3), gfal_getstatus(3), gfal_prestage(3), gfal_prestagestatus(3), gfal_pin(3), gfal_release(3), gfal_abortrequest(3), gfal_abortfiles(3), gfal_set_xfer_done(3), gfal_set_xfer_running(3), gfal_get_ids(3), gfal_set_ids(3), gfal_get_results(3),


 

Index

NAME
SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
RETURN VALUE
ERRORS
SEE ALSO

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